So, here we are again. The week is almost behind us, and it is time to kick bac and chill out. But before we do that, let us take one more look at the stories you shouldn't have missed this week.
As usual, Samsung made more than a few headlines over the past several days. We have a thorough preview of the upcoming Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, which is supposed to launch globally in August. Also, the rumor mill brought forth a few spicy details about the Galaxy Note II phablet. Let's just hope that these two devices will not have any build quality issues like the Samsung Galaxy S III does.
For more information about these and other interesting stories, just follow the links below.
Apple trials against Samsung on "the look and feel" Apple changed to "design patent" that will charged Samsung $30-40 per phones produced. It was very costly and Samsung couldn't afford to charged consumers. Apple was trying make money from thin air. The Patent office was very stupid to awarded anything in concept forms.
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